Location of Faults in Power Transmission Lines Using the ARIMA Method
AbstractOne of the major problems in transmission lines is the occurrence of failures that affect the quality of the electric power supplied, as the exact localization of the fault must be known for correction. In order to streamline the work of maintenance teams and standardize services, this paper proposes a method of locating faults in power transmission lines by analyzing the voltage oscillographic signals extracted at the line monitoring terminals. The developed method relates time series models obtained specifically for each failure pattern. The parameters of the autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model are estimated in order to adjust the voltage curves and calculate the distance from the initial fault localization to the terminals. Simulations of the failures are performed through the ATPDraw
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Pinto Moreira de Souza, D.; da Silva Christo, E.; Rocha Almeida, A. Location of Faults in Power Transmission Lines Using the ARIMA Method. Energies 2017, 10, 1596.
Pinto Moreira de Souza D, da Silva Christo E, Rocha Almeida A. Location of Faults in Power Transmission Lines Using the ARIMA Method. Energies. 2017; 10(10):1596.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pinto Moreira de Souza, Danilo; da Silva Christo, Eliane; Rocha Almeida, Aryfrance. 2017. "Location of Faults in Power Transmission Lines Using the ARIMA Method." Energies 10, no. 10: 1596.
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